Excerpt: It was a very laggy phone. It rebooted often. Another bad thing about it is that the app store has very few apps. After 3 months, it just stopped working all of a sudden. The Moto E and Lumia 520 are better options
Summary: This little puppy is a seriously underrated cell phone. It works across multiple US networks and due to its small size and simple OS can be had for a bargain on most tiered data networks and plans.
Summary: We are no rookies to Nokia phones. We purchased this for international travel. It worked "ok" for our purposes (calling, texting) but had serious issues randomly turning off, deleting messages, and poor call quality.
Summary: My wife bought this phone to replace her aging Nokia N71 that also started messing up. In all fairness, the N71 lasted a long time and this was the main reason she wanted to go with another Nokia. This phone is very small, but functioned well as a pseudo smart phone without the smart phone price.
Summary: This phone came imprinted with Movistar on the back, which suggests that it is locked to that provider. But that's not a huge deal for me, since the whole point for me was to test web pages over WiFI. Unfortunately, WiFi doesn't actually work. I can't connect to my home network at all.